Nelson Marlborough looking to replace letter management system

Nelson Marlborough Health has gone to market for a replacement for its legacy electronic patient letter management system (EPLMS), looking for a new solution that can integrate with the South Island's regional solutions such as SI PICS and Health Connect South, along with NMH's local patient administration system.

The current EPLMS was built in-house but is now operating on an unsupported operating system. It is used by clerical staff to type patient letters dictated by senior medical officers and sent to Health Connect South as well as by secure messaging and by post.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: Nelson Marlborough DHB

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